Page-3 of Current Affairs - November, 2020

Sahakar Pragya Programme: Key Facts

The Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare recently launched the Sahakar Pragya. The initiative will train the primary cooperative societies in the country. It holds 45 new training modules of National Cooperative Development Corporation (NCDC). It will enhance the training capacity of NCDC through a network of eighteen regional training centres. About Sahakar Pragya Under ..

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Current Affairs – November 30, 2020 [Today’s News Headlines]

Here are Today’s News Headlines for November 30, 2020 India CSIR-CCMB approved to commercially use dry swab testing for COVID-19 CSIR is Council of Scientific and Industrial Research. CCMB is Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology. The CSIR-CCMB has got permission to commercially use the dry swab RNA-extraction-free testing method for COVID-19 from the Indian ..

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Mission COVID Suraksha launched

The Government of India recently launched Mission COVID Suraksha to accelerate development of vaccine in the country. It will ensure that the vaccines being developed are brought closer to the market. The mission was introduced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on November 12, 2020 as a part of 12 announcements made under Atma Nirbhar Bharat ..

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PRAGATI

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently chaired the 33rd PRGATI interaction. During the meeting, projects worth of Rs 1.41 lakh crores were reviewed. These projects were taken up by DPIIT, Ministry of Railways, Power Minister and Ministry of Road, Transport and Highways. What is PRAGATI? PRAGATI is Pro-Active Governance and Timely Implementation. It aims to ..

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Current Affairs – November 29, 2020 [Today’s News Headlines]

Here are Today’s News Headlines for November 29, 2020 India Uttar Pradesh: Governor promulgates ordinance against forcible religious conversions The Governor of Uttar Pradesh, Anandiben Patel has promulgated an ordinance against forcible or fraudulent religious conversions. The ordinance provides for imprisonment up to 10 years and a maximum fine of Rs 50,000 under different categories. ..

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